Becky Albright is one of the most interesting side characters in the Batman universe, it’s a real shame that she doesn’t have much of a fanbase. There aren’t a lot of civilians who’ve fought against Scarecrow’s fear toxin and won. Proving herself to be above Crane, she became the thing he despised most about the world.
This is why I’ll always recommend the story, because Becky Albright isn’t the Mistress of Fear–she’s something much worse. Overtime her character has grown on me and lead me to explore the concept of Mistress of Fear with my own OCs. I only hope that someday she (or perhaps just the concept of a Mistress of Fear) will return to comics.
“In a joint statement, the U.S. Women’s National Team Players Association and U.S. Soccer Federation said they have “ratified a new collective bargaining agreement which will continue to build the women’s program in the U.S., grow the game of soccer worldwide and improve the professional lives of players on and off the field. We are proud of the hard work and commitment to thoughtful dialogue reflected through this process, and look forward to strengthening our partnership moving forward.”
In recent years, the players have raised issues about compensation and working conditions compared to their male counterparts, casting a shadow over the efforts of the most successful women’s team in soccer history and pitting the federation against wildly popular athletes, such as Carli Lloyd and Alex Morgan.
In March 2016, the players filed a federal complaint with the Equal Employment Opportunity Commission, charging the USSF with wage discrimination. The case remains active.
Financial specifics were not immediately available, but people with knowledge of the pact said it includes:
Increase in direct compensation
Increase in bonus compensation
Enhanced benefits related to travel and hotels
Per diem equal to the U.S. men’s team
Greater financial support for players who are pregnant
Financial support for players adopting a child
Also, in a key gain, the players’ association will now control group likeness rights for licensing and nonexclusive rights in sponsorship categories where USSF does not have an agreement.”